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• Pick a topic you want to practice in class. It will link to a set of PPT for the practice of this topic.
• It is recommended to start this lesson by introducing the photo mentioned in text I. This picture corresponds to that. You can click the speaker on the upper-left corner to play the text. At the same time, you can point at the specific person that’s being mentioned. After that, you could ask a series of questions based on the text. e.g. 这是什么？ (point at the whole picture) 这是谁的照片？ 她是谁？他是谁？这个男孩子是我弟弟吗？他是谁？我大哥有女儿吗？ Etc.
• For these 4 slides, students can read after the teacher, or read on their own. These examples expose them to the general pattern of the two measure words in this lesson, before we summarize the rule.
• These 3 slides tell students when we use a measure word, and when we use 个 or 张 .
• Now we provide students with some pictures to see if the students could remember to use the Measure Words and to choose the correct Measure Words. You can wait till after students come up with the phrase, and then show the answer.
• Starting here, there will be no answer. By now students should be able to come up with the correct answer among themselves.
• In this “Questions with question words” part, you could first ask your students to think (1) where a question word goes in an English WH question (always at the beginning), (2) where it goes in a Chinese WH question. There might be all kinds of answers!
• Then you show them these 3 slides, in which the question word 谁 goes to different places. That really puzzles some students. Let your students try to figure it out, before we give them the rule.
• Give students some time to think and discuss…
• Now we provide a couple examples to see if they got it.
• In this 有 / 没有 part, you could first give oral examples like “ 我有弟弟， 没 有姐姐” to remind students that the negation for this verb is not 不 but 没 , then ask students to carry out a mini-conversation in pairs following the pattern given on the next page.
• Give students some time for this conversation. You could choose a few pairs to present in front of the class afterwards. When you are done, clicking the button will bring you back to the first page – Objectives, where you could choose another topic to practice.
• A common mistake about 的 is the order. This is a reminder.
• Show the students two examples
• Then give them 2 slides to practice on their own.
• After students have completed the sentence and the answer is provided, the button “Click Here” will bring you back to the first page – Objectives, where you could choose another topic to practice.
• Just a fun picture to show that the character 家 is “a little pig under the roof”!
• You can first introduce your own family by saying 我家有…口人 . Then ask a couple student 你家有几口人 ? When the students get the pattern, let the students pair up and ask each other this question. You can also ask a couple students to report to class “xxx 家有…口人“ .
• Same as the last slide. You can first introduce your own family, then ask a couple students. After that, pair students up for this mini-conversation. The button “Click Here” will bring you back to the first page – Objectives, where you could choose another topic to practice.
• The following are 4 slides for occupation we learned in the text, plus a few extra ones that students might want to know.
• After showing students some of the “occupation”, introduce these 2 mini-conversations (this slide and the next) on how to ask about occupation.
• Then it is time for students to ask each other. You should walk around the classroom, make sure students don’t answer “… 做…” . Correct them by using “ 是” The button “Click Here” will bring you back to the first page – Objectives, where you could choose another topic to practice.
• This is an information sheet for students to read.
• Before practicing, you might want to review the numbers. Try some fun ways (1-20, 40 down to 30, the odd numbers starting 1, the even numbers starting 2, etc.) You could ask the whole class to say them one by one, or together, or ask individual students.
• 8 slides of practice starting here
• The button “Click Here” will bring you back to the first page – Objectives, where you could choose another topic to practice.
• These 5 slides practice on the use of 都 , the difference between 都不，不都，都没有，不都有 . Students can do this as a pair work. Please make sure to give students enough time to discuss, then work it out together in class.
• The button “Click Here” will bring you back to the first page – Objectives, where you could choose another topic to practice.
• ### Transcript

• 1. Lesson 2
• 2. Objectives1 Measure words2 Questions with question words3 The verb &#x201C;to have&#x201D;4 Use of &#x7684;5 Size of a family6 Occupation7 &#x4E8C; and &#x4E24;8 Use of &#x90FD;9 Tone change for &#x4E00;
• 3. Measure words
• 4. Measure words&#x4E00;&#x5F20;&#x7167;&#x7247;
• 5. Measure words&#x8FD9;&#x5F20;&#x7167;&#x7247;
• 6. Measure words&#x4E00;&#x4E2A;&#x7537;&#x5B69;&#x5B50;
• 7. Measure words&#x8FD9;&#x4E2A;&#x7537;&#x5B69;&#x5B50;
• 8. Measure wordsA Measure Word &#xFF08; M &#xFF09; is needed here:Number &#x8FD9; } M Noun &#x90A3;
• 9. Measure words&#x5F20; is for things with a flat surface ( &#x7167;&#x7247; , paper, table, bed, ...)
• 10. Measure words&#x4E2A; is for people ( &#x4EBA;&#xFF0C;&#x59B9;&#x59B9;&#xFF0C;&#x8001;&#x5E08; , ...) and things that don&#x2019;t have specific measure words (movies, week, ball, ...)
• 11. Measure words(5 photos)&#x4E94;&#x5F20;&#x7167;&#x7247;
• 12. You try it! Measure words 10 students
• 13. You try it! Measure words This teacher
• 14. You try it! Measure words That boy
• 15. You try it! Measure words This photo
• 16. Questions with question wordsIn an English &#x201C;WH&#x201D; question, where do we place the question word? &#x2026; What about Chinese?
• 17. Where is the question word in this sentence?&#x4ED6;&#x662F;&#x8C01;&#xFF1F;&#x4ED6;&#x662F;&#x738B;&#x533B;&#x751F;
• 18. Where is the question word in this sentence? &#x8C01;&#x6709;&#x59B9;&#x59B9;&#xFF1F; &#x5C0F;&#x674E;&#x6709;&#x59B9;&#x59B9;&#x3002;
• 19. Where is the question word in this sentence? &#x8FD9;&#x662F;&#x8C01;&#x7684;&#x7167;&#x7247;&#xFF1F; &#x8FD9;&#x662F;&#x6211;&#x7684;&#x7167;&#x7247;&#x3002;
• 20. That&#x2019;s right &#x2026; &#x2026; The question word goeswhere the answer would be!
• 21. (Pair work)Can you make a question which will lead to this answer? &#x8FD9;&#x662F;&#x738B;&#x670B;&#x7684;&#x8001;&#x5E08;&#x3002; &#x8FD9;&#x662F;&#x8C01;&#x7684;&#x8001;&#x5E08;&#xFF1F;
• 22. (Pair work)Can you make some questions which will lead to this answer? &#x5979;&#x59D3;&#x674E;&#x3002; &#x8C01;&#x59D3;&#x674E;&#xFF1F; / &#x5979;&#x59D3;&#x4EC0;&#x4E48;&#xFF1F;
• 23. Negation for The verb &#x201C;to have&#x201D;&#x6709; &#xFF0D;&#x6CA1;&#x6709; &#x4E0D;&#x6709;
• 24. (Pair work)&#xFF0D;&#x4F60;&#x6709; ... &#x5417;&#xFF1F;&#xFF0D;&#x6211;&#x6CA1;&#x6709; ... &#x3002; / &#x6211;&#x6709; ... &#xFF0C;&#x6211;&#x6709; Num.&#x4E2A;&#x2026;
• 25. Use of &#x7684;&#xF076;&#x7684; = &#x2019;s&#xF076;&#x7684; &#x2260; of (Pay attention to the order)&#x7238;&#x7238;&#x7684;&#x533B;&#x751F; is &#x201C;my dad&#x2019;s doctor&#x201D; not &#x201C;* father of the doctor&#x201D;
• 26. Use of &#x7684;&#x4F60;&#x662F;&#x6211;&#x7684;&#x8001;&#x5E08; &#x6211;&#x662F; ... &#x8001;&#x5E08;&#x7684;&#x5B66;&#x751F;
• 27. (Pair work) Can you complete the sentences? ... &#x662F; ... &#x7684;&#x59D0;&#x59D0;&#x3002; / ... &#x662F; ... &#x7684;&#x5F1F; &#x5F1F;&#x3002; &#x59D0;&#x59D0; &#x5F1F;&#x5F1F; &#x5C0F;&#x82F1; &#x5C0F;&#x6587; &#x5C0F;&#x82F1;&#x662F;&#x5C0F;&#x6587;&#x7684;&#x59D0;&#x59D0;&#x3002; / &#x5C0F;&#x6587;&#x662F;&#x5C0F;&#x82F1;&#x7684;&#x5F1F;&#x5F1F;&#x3002;
• 28. (Pair work) &#x8FD9;&#x662F; ... &#x7684; ... &#x3002; &#x7167;&#x7247; &#x7238;&#x7238; &#x8FD9;&#x662F;&#x7238;&#x7238;&#x7684;&#x7167;&#x7247;&#x3002;
• 29. &#x5BB6;
• 30. (Pair work) &#x4F60;&#x5BB6;&#x6709;&#x51E0;&#x53E3;&#x4EBA;&#xFF1F; &#x6211;&#x5BB6;&#x6709; ... &#x53E3;&#x4EBA;&#x3002;
• 31. (Pair work) &#xFF08;&#x4F60;&#x5BB6;&#xFF09;&#x6709;&#x8C01;&#xFF1F;&#xFF08;&#x6211;&#x5BB6;&#xFF09;&#x6709;&#x7238;&#x7238;&#x3001;&#x5988;&#x5988;&#x3001; ... &#x3001; ... &#x3001;&#x548C;&#x6211;&#x3002;
• 32. Occupation&#x8001;&#x5E08;
• 33. Occupation&#x5B66;&#x751F;
• 34. Occupation&#x5F8B;&#x5E08;
• 35. Occupation&#x533B;&#x751F;
• 36. Occupation&#x5DE5;&#x7A0B;&#x5E08;EngineerG&#x14D;ng ch&#xE9;ng sh&#x12B;
• 37. Occupation&#x7ECF;&#x7406;ManagerJ&#x12B;ng l&#x1D0;
• 38. Occupation&#x4F1A;&#x8BA1;AccountantKu&#xE0;i J&#xEC;
• 39. Occupation&#x5BB6;&#x5EAD;&#x4E3B;&#x5987;House wifeJi&#x101; t&#xED;ng zh&#x1D4; f&#xF9;
• 40. Occupation&#x9000;&#x4F11;&#x4E86;RetiredTu&#xEC; xi&#x16B; le
• 41. Occupation&#x4F60;&#x7238;&#x7238;&#x505A;&#x4EC0;&#x4E48;&#x5DE5;&#x4F5C;&#xFF1F;&#x6211;&#x7238;&#x7238;&#x662F;&#x5F8B;&#x5E08;&#x3002;
• 42. Occupation&#x4F60;&#x5988;&#x5988;&#x505A;&#x4EC0;&#x4E48;&#x5DE5;&#x4F5C;&#xFF1F;&#x6211;&#x5988;&#x5988;&#x662F;&#x8001;&#x5E08;&#x3002;
• 43. (Pair work)... &#x505A;&#x4EC0;&#x4E48;&#x5DE5;&#x4F5C;&#xFF1F;... &#x662F; ... &#x3002;
• 44. &#x4E8C; and &#x4E24;&#x4E8C;&#xFF1A; used for counting (1,2,3,...), and in a 2-digit number (12, 22, 25, 72, ...)&#x4E24;&#xFF1A; used for measuring (two something) &#x2013; &#x4E24;&#x5F20;&#x7167; &#x7247;&#xFF0C;&#x4E24;&#x4E2A;&#x5B66;&#x751F; (go with a Measure Word)
• 45. (Whole class) Can you count 1-99?
• 46. &#x4E8C; and &#x4E24;32&#x4E09;&#x5341;&#x4E8C;
• 47. &#x4E8C; and &#x4E24;2 elder sisters &#x4E24;&#x4E2A;&#x59D0;&#x59D0;
• 48. &#x4E8C; and &#x4E24;2 photos&#x4E24;&#x5F20;&#x7167;&#x7247;
• 49. &#x4E8C; and &#x4E24; 24&#x4E8C;&#x5341;&#x56DB;
• 50. &#x4E8C; and &#x4E24;52 students&#x4E94;&#x5341;&#x4E8C;&#x4E2A;&#x5B66;&#x751F;
• 51. &#x4E8C; and &#x4E24;2 lawyers&#x4E24;&#x4E2A;&#x5F8B;&#x5E08;
• 52. &#x4E8C; and &#x4E24;2&#x4E8C;
• 53. &#x4E8C; and &#x4E24;29 photos&#x4E8C;&#x5341;&#x4E5D;&#x5F20;&#x7167;&#x7247;
• 54. (Pair work)How do you use &#x90FD; to summarize? &#x738B;&#x670B;&#x662F;&#x5B66;&#x751F;&#x3002;&#x674E;&#x53CB;&#x662F;&#x5B66;&#x751F;&#x3002; &#x9AD8;&#x6587;&#x4E2D;&#x4E5F;&#x662F;&#x5B66;&#x751F;&#x3002; &#x738B;&#x670B;&#x3001;&#x674E;&#x53CB;&#x3001;&#x9AD8;&#x6587;&#x4E2D; ... ...&#x738B;&#x670B;&#x3001;&#x674E;&#x53CB;&#x3001;&#x9AD8;&#x6587;&#x4E2D;&#x90FD;&#x662F;&#x5B66;&#x751F;&#x3002;